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State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

State awards grants to fix backcountry trails

Five projects in Okanogan County have been awarded grants to fix backcountry trails — all of them affecting the Methow Valley in some way — by the state Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO). The grants are intended to help pay for repair of backcountry trails, grooming mountain trails for snowmobilers and restoring trails for off-road vehicles. RCO awarded more...
Spring avalanches block popular hiking, biking trails

Spring avalanches block popular hiking, biking trails

By Ann McCreary
Spring avalanches have dumped debris across sections of two popular hiking and mountain biking trails in the North Cascades — the Cutthroat and West Fork …
Ridin' high …

Ridin’ high …

Despite dreary weather earlier in the week, the Methow Valley Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen had beautifully clear weather for their 30th annual Spring Ride this past Saturday (April 26). 
Backcountry Horsemen set Spring Ride for April 26

Backcountry Horsemen set Spring Ride for April 26

Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed Saturday (March 15) as Backcountry Horsemen Day to acknowledge contributions of the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington, a statewide nonprofit organization that provides volunteer services to federal, state and local government agencies to help maintain recreational trails, trailheads, campgrounds and other facilities. The Methow Valley Backcountry Horsemen (MVBCH) chapter has been...

Back Country Horsemen fundraiser is a hit

Riders from the Methow Valley, Okanogan-Omak and points more distant showed up last Saturday (Aug. 17) to make the fundraising event organized by the Methow Valley chapter of the Back Country Horsemen of Washington a success, according to group spokesman Nancy Palagruti. A total of 26 riders “rode out in different directions for however long...